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The dawn of a pandemic. Description of an influenza A outbreak seen in a Health Centre in Leganes (Madrid) during the months of May to July 2009


, : The dawn of a pandemic. Description of an influenza A outbreak seen in a Health Centre in Leganes (Madrid) during the months of May to July 2009. Atencion Primaria 42(11): 581-583


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PMID: 20303623

DOI: 10.1016/j.aprim.2010.01.010


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